I just logged in in a new private window, which should remove cookies from the equation. Still center-aligned though. Also, just tried Chrome and it's properly left-aligned there, so it's not linked to my profile.Andyroo wrote: ↑Mon Jul 15, 2019 6:23 pmTypical - just 'cause it did not work first time I try twice and it takes both BUT DOES NOT SHOW IT ON MY SCREEN!
Anyway, back to the OP post - the issue does not seem to be in Safari unless the OS has an impact (possible as webkit is OS rather than Safari).
Maybe a log out, clear cookies for the site and log back in? (Sorry sounds like a turn off / back on again fix ).
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If you need a non-proportional font and tabs that don't get mushed to the left use [ code]stuff goes here[ /code] tags.
Unless I misunderstood your post, you're suggesting ways to format forum posts. However, the problem I'm seeing is that text in the editor itself (the 'source code' of the post) is always center-aligned, as displayed in my screenshot above
This is where its odd - I'm running the same version of browser but an older operating system and I do not see it
I would have thought the private may have solved it - if the webkit is the same them maybe AV / Ad blocker impacting...Your browser uses WebKit.
Your WebKit version is at least 418.1.
Your WebKit version number is 605.1.15.
Your WebKit version is not a nightly build.
You are not surfing Mobile.
I'm seeing the exact same version information there - very strange
Only extension I have installed is https://apps.apple.com/app/pipifier-pip ... 4471?mt=12